Gloucester County Diversity Council
- Sergeant Deon Henry, Chair
- Jacqueline Caban, Assistant Prosecutor
Subcommittee on External Matters
- Alec Gutierrez, Assistant Prosecutor
Subcommittee on Internal Matters
It is the solemn mission of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office Diversity Council to ensure that the enforcement of law, in Gloucester County and as far beyond as it might be possible to reach, is entrusted to a community of law-enforcement officers as variegated in color, richly textured in ideal and as varied in personal history as the community of which is has chosen to be a part. The dire need for greater community representation in law enforcement affords no alternative to success in our mission, and propels us to explore every one of the myriad ways in which this need can be ameliorated.
From a concerted effort to connect to the youth in our communities such that law enforcement is not seen as being imposed from without but rather served from within to being a positive force for young men and women and reminding them that there is an important place for them in changing, improving and progressing law enforcement in the 21st Century, to altering hiring practices to ensure that the promises of inclusiveness are guaranteed to the next generation of law-enforcement officers and the communities they protect.
The Diversity Council will continue to push the evolution of the law enforcement community not in spite of the inevitable obstacles, but because of them.
We have compiled the contact information for and links to websites of a handful of related organizations, which can be accessed on the Diversity Related Organizations category page of our Resource Directory.
The organizations appearing on the Diversity Related Organizations category page offer information and perspectives on a variety of issues. They are included for reference only and do not necessarily reflect any position of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office on any issue or topic discussed. Any material on any other website is the sole responsibility of that organization and not the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office.
Teen Open Discussion Forum
The Diversity Council recently held the first open discussion forum for teens; learn more by reading an article featuring the forum on The Sunday Newspapers website.